Transport and Highways Engineer - Graduate Trainee
Transport and Highways Engineer – Graduate Trainee
£18, 672 - £28, 221 per annum
Hours: 37 per week
Location: Plough Lane, Hereford
Herefordshire Council is looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual with experience and/or a qualification in Transport Planning or Highway Engineering who would like to develop their career.
You will work as part of a team in providing transportation and highway technical support, advice and response to development proposals through the planning process.
You will be able to demonstrate technical awareness and competence with the ability to plan, organise, prioritise and schedule your workload.
Please note that this is a career graded position and we will be looking to appoint within the range advertised, dependent on qualifications and experience. Progressing within this range will be dependent on development within the role.
Herefordshire is a beautiful, historic county located in the heart of the Marches on the border with Wales. We are one of the most rural and sparsely populated counties in England with a wealth of unspoilt countryside, distinctive heritage, and lively and attractive market towns.
When recruiting, we look for innovative, professional and committed individuals who will help us to realise our priorities and uphold our values. We offer a range of working benefits, and aim to help employees achieve and maintain a good work life balance which include:
• Holidays: 25 days per year plus 2 days unpaid at Christmas (pro rata for part time)
• Pension: LGS pension scheme
• Discounted adult membership with Halo Leisure
• Cycle to work scheme offering discounts on bicycles
• Staff discounts at local cycle stores
• Child Care Voucher Scheme
If you wish to apply for this vacancy please apply online via the link below.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you would like to obtain details regarding feedback on your application please contact Hoople Resourcing at: firstname.lastname@example.org